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For Event Professionals, By Event Professionals

Let’s face it. We are obsessed with events.

Anything events. From preliminary event preparation stages to event registration. We love addressing changes and enhancements with events management solutions, data analytics and the tools needed to help our clients be successful. In our blog series, we talk about the most recent event news, updates, tips and tricks to elevate your next production.

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9 Tips for Increasing Engagement at Virtual Events

It's no secret that digital (formally virtual) events have recently taken over from many traditional in-person events. Hosting a successful virtual event takes a different kind of planning. One question on the top of…

How To Sell Additional Sponsorships for Your Event

Selling more sponsorships for an event can seem like a daunting task. Suppose you're trying to figure out how you're going to manage everything effectively and efficiently. In that case, the following guide can teach you how to find unique…

8 Ways to Get Attendees to Participate at Your Digital Event

As you present more of your events online, you may need to reinvent your approach. While you can use the latest technology to help you craft a stunning virtual event and potentially reach far more people than ever before, you still need to…

What Tools do I need for a Successful Hybrid Event?

Let’s say this louder for those in the back of the (virtual) room. COVID-19 has changed how many, if not most, companies and sectors conduct their business. This has especially been true for the event-planning industry. During the past…

9 Types of Data to Collect From Your Next Event

As an event manager, it’s important to know if your hard work planning the event paid off. Therefore, you need to collect and analyze relevant data to measure the success of your event, whether it’s in person, virtual or hybrid.…

How To Manage Your Event Vendors More Efficiently

Once you’ve determined the purpose, audience, and budget for your event, you’ll need to select vendors to help carry out your vision. Even if you’re a top-notch event manager, you can’t go at it alone. If you envision a wildly successful…